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Resources

BREATHE radon CE

This continuing education program will provide health professionals with up-to-date, relevant information about the negative health consequences of exposure to radon as well as the synergistic effects of radon and tobacco smoke.

KCC's Lung Cancer Communication Toolkit

Check out the KCC Lung Cancer Network's Communication Toolkit released on October 27, 2016. Please use it within your organizations and share it with your partners.
A free interactive online CME course on lung cancer care across the continuum is now available at www.lungcancerinkentucky.org. The 1-2 hour course was developed for primary care providers by the Kentucky LEADS Collaborative at Kentucky Cancer Program/University of Louisville and provides up to 2.5 hours free CME credit. For more information, email kyleads@louisville.edu.

Air Quality

Data

Health Disparities

Kentucky Cancer Action Plan

Lung Cancer Patient Transportation Support

Lung Cancer Screening

Radon Prevention

Secondhand Smoke

Tobacco Cessation/Treatment

Who is Working on What

News

Next KCC Lung Cancer Network meeting

Monday, June 19th from 11 am - 1 pm EST at the Foundation for a Healthy KY Offices, 1640 Lyndon Farm Ct., #100, Louisville, KY 40223. Please email Jennifer Knight for more information and to RSVP.

Lung Cancer Stigma: Changing the Conversation Around a Lung Cancer Diagnosis

Join us as we recognize the impact of stigma on lung cancer survivors and their loved ones and discuss strategies for dealing with stigma.

Date: May 23, 2017

Time: 12:30pm - 1:30 pm EST

To Register: http://j.mp/2qEQ4hY

Key Speakers: Jamie Studts, PhD(KY LEADS) & Angela Criswell, MA (Lung Cancer Alliance)

Webinar Link: https://uky.zoom.us/j/440274841

Next KCC Meeting

The next KCC meeting will be held:

Date/time: Tuesday, July 11th 1-2:30 pm EST
Topic: What did Dr. Brawley just say? The Role of Shared Decision Making in Cancer Screening.
Location: Webinar, exact details to come

Pathfinders: The Kentucky Cancer Program (KCP)

BOTH KCP-East & KCP-West-has launched an easy-to-use online tool with the capacity to search for cancer resources in local communities, counties, the state, & across the nation. For more information about Pathfinder and the Kentucky Cancer Program visit Kentucky Cancer Program, or contact the KCP Regional Cancer Control Specialist serving that area.